A small plane crashed in North Rhine-Westphalia on Monday morning. The cause is so far unclear. So far, two fatalities have been found.
Königswinter – In the Siebengebirge near Königswinter in North Rhine-Westphalia * a small plane crashed on Monday (October 11th). The aircraft that crashed is a propeller plane that crashed shortly after 8 a.m. near the Löwenburg fortress ruins in the middle of the forest.
So far, two dead have been found, said a police spokesman on Monday morning in Bonn. Rescue workers continued to search the area. How many people were on board is still unclear.
Small plane crashed in North Rhine-Westphalia: cause so far unclear
The reason for the crash of the small plane is also unclear so far. There had been fog in the morning, which is not uncommon in the area at this time of year. Experts from the Braunschweig Federal Office for Aircraft Accident Investigation set out to get an on-site picture and to find out the cause.
As the General-Anzeiger reported, a stroller observed the crash. You immediately informed the rescue workers and rushed to the scene of the accident, said a spokesman for the fire brigade. The crash site is on a slope and is difficult to access for the emergency services. (ph / dpa) * Merkur.de is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA